Main research areas

Papers related to the following topics are appropriate for submission to the conference.

  • Nonlinear Functional Analysis
  • Fixed Point Theory and Ergodic theory
  • Fixed-Point Approximations and Proximal-Point Algorithms
  • Nonlinear Differential Equations and Evolution Equations
  • Partial Differential Equations and their Applications
  • Geometry of Banach Spaces
  • Convex Analysis and Set-Valued Analysis
  • Minimax Problems and Equilibrium Problems
  • Vector Optimization and Set Optimization
  • Nonlinear Optimization and Global Optimization
  • Combinatorial Optimization and Dynamic Programming
  • Calculus of Variations and Extremal Problems
  • Optimal Control Theory and System Theory
  • Game Theory
  • Mathematics of Finance and Engineering
  • Data Mining and Neural Network

How to compose abstracts

The paper selection will be made on reviews for abstracts of papers by the members of the International Program Committee. Authors are invited to submit two types of electronic files (pdf and LaTeX style) of the abstract (one page) of your talk by the following WWW Form.

The deadline for submission of abstract is April 30 May 10 in 2017. It should include the following information.

  • title of the talk
  • author name(s)
  • author affiliation(s)
  • postal address
  • email address
  • keywords and phrases
  • Mathematics Subject Classification codes
  • one or more related topics chosen from among the thirty alternatives lined up in the scroll bars

In the case of coauthors, it should be clearly indicated who is to present the paper and to receive correspondence. The text should be written in English on A4 size sheet. We recommend a submission of two types of electronic files (pdf and LaTeX style) whenever it is available; preferably in LaTeX format with amsart document class. See the sample files of abstracts below.

Sample Abstracts

Please remember that you need not only to submit the abstract but also to register the conference.

How to organize special sessions

Proposals for special sessions/clusters focusing on specific topics are welcome.

Each session should consist of three talks or four talks basically. We would like to ask the potential organizers who are interested in session-organizing to collect at least three or four talks.